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The Sage Forum Interview with Mr. Tolisano

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

In recent weeks, Sage Forum representatives interviewed people in our community to get their take on life while in quarantine and their thoughts on virtual learning. Mr. Tyler Tolisano is an Upper School math teacher and this is his first year at The Sage School. This week, we discovered some of his interesting thoughts about … Read More

Alumni Offering Summer Sage Sessions

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

We’re excited to announce the addition of many innovative and educational Summer Sage virtual courses – all of which will be taught by Sage alumni! These former students will draw from subject matters which they are passionate about with the focus on elevating and challenging the participants to learn and capture their excitement for the … Read More

Registration Open for Virtual Summer Sage

Monday, May 11, 2020

A fun, safe, hands-on, summer camp adventure awaits curious and motivated students in preschool through eighth grade! We are excited to announce our virtual camp experience workshops, providing a combination of advanced academics, adventures, creativity and innovation, through workshops, demonstration, experimentation, and  fun, educational, hands-on learning. A pivot from the traditional bricks and mortar summer camp, … Read More

The Sage Forum Interview with Harry M.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

The Sage Forum, Sage’s student newspaper, conducted an interview with seventh grade student, Harry M. and asked him about his experience with virtual learning and some of his valuable takeaways.    Sage Forum: What is your current favorite class and why? Harry: Currently, my favorite class is science. In science class, we are learning about … Read More

Sagers Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Amid the recent COVID-19 global pandemic, Earth Day Network, the global organizer of Earth Day, marked the 50th anniversary with the first Digital Earth Day. Sage students from beginners to eighth grade observed the holiday with a week of activities, crafts, and projects relating to nature, recycling, sustainability issues, climate science, and more. The students’ … Read More